d-147 Self portrait

d-147 Self portrait
Image by azrasta
I’m adding this one tonight for two reasons: I’ll be too busy tomorrow to grab my camera, and I wanted to do some experiments with a single lamp in the dark 🙂

So, this is the result, and I’m not happy with it at all. It’s my weird looking profile with some really weird looking teeth. Conclusion: I’m weird.

By the way, this was my response for being tagged by C-Marley and iambeemaya (I’m not going to tag anyone this time). So, 5 random facts about me, or something:
1. I own 5 laptops and 2 netbooks.
2. I like drawing
3. My favorite song by the band Tool is "Sober"
4. I think Craig Ferguson is awesome
5. I’ll rewatch the Matrix trilogy this weekend…

11 thoughts on “d-147 Self portrait

  1. I quite like this photo, it’s different than others. You have a lot of computers, what for? Tool is a metal band, right? I’ve listened to their one song ‘parabola’ and it was good.

  2. Have to give you that.. Its not one of the best photographs you’ve taken. Its def. not worthless, but you’r much better than that 🙂

  3. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/iambeemaya] Not sure if Tool is metal. I’d classify it as the best band in the world. Parabola is good, too. All of their songs are 🙂 . The computers: two for work, one for watching movies. The other ones are older ones I loved too much to sell.

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/lionmedia] totally agree with you (on the not being my best photo part). But still, I needed to try something different.

  4. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/lionmedia] well, expect a whole series like this then, ha! 🙂 just kidding

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/jadendave] not yet, but heard it’s good. I actually read a review that said something like "it’s the new Matrix for this decade"

  5. yeah that’s why i asked.. many (all) of any movie with dreams related to it that’s been out this decade has taken elements from Matrix haha

  6. Interesting…. definitely like the lighting & the idea. And speaking as someone who’s seen "Inception", I feel like it’s in a class of it’s own (there may be elements from other older movies, but it is truly a one-of-a-kind movie-going experience!).

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